Golden Bear Speech

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This Dr. Suess themed rhyming activity is sure to have your students yelling for more. It follows the game 'I have _____, who has _______?' sequence but students must follow a rhyming pattern to answer the 'Who has ____?' portion. Students who
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These springtime images will keep your students busy as they follow single and multistep directions. The first page or written directions is at a Level 1 (simple) and each page after progresses to more difficult tasks. Modifiers and temporal
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This popcorn themed activity is all about action verbs. There are 15 present tense verbs, 15 sentences with ‘fill in the blank’ options, 15 is-verbing cards, 4 popcorn containers, and 15 wild cards. Students may play Go Fish or Memory by making
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Synonyms are so useful but so many of our students continue to use the same words over and over. I've created this version of 'I have, Who has' to help those students who need to learn and use a variety of synonyms. I've included 8 working pages
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The bees are extremely curious and have many questions to ask. Many of my students demonstrate difficulty answering questions. My PreK, Kindergarteners, First grade and second language students continue to need the Who, What and Where questions the
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Fall is the season for APPLES. You can get your fill with these upper and lower case apples that students can match. Numbers to 10 and one-to-one correspondence is included. There is much more to this task than matching. My students love to play
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Preschoolers through first graders will have fun identifying upper and lower case letters with these 'bubble' pages. Students can color in the matching letters with crayons, colored pencils or dotters. This activity allows them to find the letter
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A quick game of antonyms where each player picks 2-3 pieces of candy and names the opposites. If they answer correctly, put the candy on the bag. The first one to fill up their bag is the winner.
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Broken hearts with a word on each side. Players must tell how they are alike. Added bonus: can they tell you how they are different too?
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An adaptation to the game I Have Who Has. This version is great for younger preschool and Kindergarten aged students who may not yet know their shapes or how to ask a question. I play it with both large and small groups. My students have a great
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These kids are busy talking and learning new meanings to common words. They are asking you to name multiple meanings for their words. Each word has 2-3 different meanings. A game board is included. I like to use multiple meaning words in team
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Naming the differences between 2 objects can be difficult. This is a target goal for many of my students so I created this FREEBIE. There are 24 cards with 2 words on each card. Students need to name 2-4 differences between the 2 objects. The
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This monster smash synonym game is fun for everyone. Place cards face down on the table and have students pick a card. After they name 1-3 synonyms they can either color the black and white monsters or 'smash' playdoh or clay on the colored
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This cupcake themed category activity asks students to name a category and name several items within a category. You may play this game several ways. The tops are separate from the bottoms but it's all YUMMY! Add game pieces and 'dotters' and you
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Create your own pumpkin patch with this pumpkin letter and number matching game. Students can match upper and lower case letters and match numbers using one to one correspondence.
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The activity has 9 pages of "I have, Who has' cards with short vowels. There are 8 cards on each page. All of the words are 3 letters so it's a good game for beginning readers. A great game to play in small groups of 4-6 students. Each student
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Snowmen are everywhere in this activity and so are a multitude of S blends. The blends included are SP, ST, SL, SM, SK, and SN. Each snowman has a target word and then there are 6 activities for carryover or homework. The blends are in the initial
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I've worked in the field of Speech-Language Pathology for 28 years. Clinical sites include pediatric clinics and a home health agency. Educational environments include teaching and providing speech-language therapy to early childhood special education classrooms. Populations targeted include speech and language impaired, deaf and hard of hearing, ESL. I was the Director of a University Preschool and Lab and instructor of early childhood special education courses. I have recently returned to the elementary school and work with a high population of bilingual students, which I love.

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I am a hands on and game playing therapist who loves having the students laugh and learn at the same time.

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MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I received my Bachelors degree from The University of Wyoming and my Masters degree from Wichita State University.

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